From Library Journal
Information on the Sobibor concentration camp was sketchy at best until Rashke tracked down and interviewed as many of the survivors as possible. The result, said LJ's reviewer, is "the first reliable history of this camp. A well-researched and well-written work" (LJ 10/1/82).
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"Brilliantly reconstructs the degradation and drama of Sobibor." -- San Francisco Chronicle. "A sensitive, thoughtful, and well-researched account of the 'biggest prisoner escape of World War II.'" -- Jewish Chicago. "Breathtakingly suspenseful and horrifying at the same time." -- Publishers Weekly